After completing her thesis exploring comprehensive design for 21st-century educational technology, Dana launched her business development career in Silicon Valley at several high-profile technology companies.
She writes, “Writing my honors thesis was one of the most impactful experiences of my college career. Learning how to conduct comprehensive research and how to effectively present it to an audience directly parallels what I do in my job every day. ISF helped me become wildly successful in my career and allowed me to connect the dots in ways I may not have otherwise.”
During her time at Cal, Dana worked in the Embodied Design Research Lab in the graduate school of education and published several papers with Professor Dor Abrahamson. Her research will be published as a chapter in the book Using Mobile Technologies in the Learning of Mathematics published by Springer.